Verona Police Department

  1. Weekend Update

    Weekend Update: Noteworthy Calls for Service 9/15 - 9/18

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  1. Weekly Recap

    Weekly Recap: Noteworthy Calls for Service 9/11- 9/15

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  1. Media Release - Final

    Sexual Assault Investigation

    The Verona Police Department investigated a sexual assault of a child case Read on...


The mission of the Verona Police Department is to enhance a high quality of life, striving to meet the expectations of our citizens by providing fair, consistent and professional police services to our community - Hometown U.S.A.


Excellence in policing - a journey in a partnership with the community.



People working together to achieve common goals and creating partnerships to enhance our effectiveness.


Being responsible to the people we serve, our governing body and to each other.


Striving to preserve the Constitutional Rights of all people, regardless of their diversity.


Embracing the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics, which is the basis for trust, accountability and respect.


Consistently treating others with dignity and compassion, while demonstrating the highest level of leadership, work ethic, appearance and demeanor.


Commitment to meeting or exceeding state, and nationally recognized law enforcement standards in every duty we undertake.

  1. Dave Dresser

    Chief of Police

    Lieutenant Dresser


    111 Lincoln Street

    Verona, WI  53593



    Phone: (608) 845-7623

    Fax: (608) 845-0960

    Monday-Friday: 8am-8pm


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    Tips Hotline:

    (608) 845-6074

    Do NOT call this line for crimes in progress.  Call 911 to report in-progress crimes.


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    Hearing Impaired:

    TDD: (608) 845-6164